|Bullet Casings From A Possible Village Creek Shootout|
I was already safely back in my duststorm-free abode when I received CatsPaw the Skywatcher's warning.
I did not go to the Tandy Hills today. Instead I went to my semi-regular place to go, on Sundays, for my daily endorphin inducing aerobic stimulation, that being to Village Creek Natural Historical Area, to walk with the Indian Ghosts who haunt the place where they were mass murdered, years ago, by incoming Texans acting in an early version of AVATAR, only in this early version the natives lose and the invaders take their paradise.
I found something slightly disturbing a short distance down the trail that leads from Village Creek Natural Historical Area's westside parking lot off Dottie Lynn Parkway.
The slightly disturbing thing I found was the collection of bullet cartridge casings you see in the pictures above
|Closeup Of A Village Creek Bullet Casing|
I could not read what was imprinted on the bottom of the casings til I got back to my abode and took a picture.
From all the crime procedural TV shows I watch I know the info printed somewhere on some part of a bullet is critical to solving the crime.
These casings say "FEDERAL AUTO 45."
Does this mean this was an FBI Federal operation that left all these bullet casings?
I looked around for other evidence of a raging gunfight and found none.
Switching the subject from Village Creek gun battles back to the weather.
When I was getting ready to leave my abode to head to Village Creek I glanced at my computer based temperature monitoring device to be shocked to see it was now 37.
|Serene Village Creek|
I almost had the second leg of a long pair of pants on when I remembered I'd switched the temperature being monitored to Mount Vernon. I switched it back to Fort Worth, saw it was 61 and took off my pants.
It is now 75, apparently with a massive wall of dust in storm form heading this way.
I had an extremely pleasant walk in the serenity that surrounds Village Creek. The Indian Ghosts maintain a nice sanctuary. There were many other people also enjoying the Village Creek Indian Ghost Sanctuary today.
I think I shall leave my abode now and see if I can see this incoming duststorm CatsPaw the Skywatcher has warned me about.